(2/9/2011) The Jays signed 1B Ryan Shealy to a minor league deal. He appeared in five games with Boston last season, and batted .231 with 15 home runs for the Red Sox's and Rays' Triple-A affiliates.
Shealy gets released by Red Sox
(8/15/2010) The Red Sox have released first baseman Ryan Shealy from his minor-league contract Saturday.
Shealy accepts outright assignment
(7/25/2010) The Red Sox outrighted 1B Ryan Shealy to the minor leagues Friday. He had been designated for assignment.
Shealy designated for assignment
(7/21/2010) The Red Sox designated first baseman Ryan Shealy for assignment Tuesday night.
Red Sox summon Shealy from minors
(7/7/2010) Red Sox 1B Ryan Shealy was called up from Triple-A Pawtucket on Wednesday. "We need to be prepared for the chance that maybe he (Kevin Youkilis, ankle) shows up and he's not quite feeling as good as he says, so we're trying to prepare for that," manager Terry Francona told WEEI. "We definitely have some moving parts."
Red Sox give Shealy minor league deal
(6/17/2010) The Red Sox signed free agent 1B Ryan Shealy to a minor league contract on Thursday. Shealy has not played in a major league game since 2008.
(12/18/2009) Infielder Joe Dillon and first baseman Ryan Shealy have agreed to minor league contracts with the Tampa Bay Rays. Dillon hit .300 with one homer and two RBI in 15 games as a DH, third baseman and second baseman for the Rays last season. Shealy has played parts of four seasons in the majors with Colorado and Kansas City. He was with Triple-A Omaha in 2009, but missed most of the season because of a knee injury.
Shealy outrighted by Royals
(4/3/2009) The Royals outrighted 1B Ryan Shealy to Triple-A Omaha on Friday, trimming their roster to 30. Shealy, who remained with the Royals for Friday night's exhibition game against the Rangers, hit .262 with four homers and nine RBI in 23 spring training games before he was outrighted. Royals manager Trey Hillman said Friday that the team might not announce its final 25-man roster until Sunday's deadline. "Most of it will go to Sunday, but we might be able to do something (on Saturday)," Hillman said.
Royals buy time for extra roster spot
(4/1/2009) The Royals do not have to add No. 4 starter Sidney Ponson to the big league roster until April 10, which would allow them to carry a position player, such as Ryan Shealy, Brayan Pena or Tony F. Pena, who are out of minor league options, for a few extra days.
Royals map their 1B/DH battle
(3/24/2009) From the The Sports Xchange:Billy Butler and Mike Jacobs probably will share the first base and designated hitter roles, but neither is considered a good fielder. "Both of them are making the routine plays," manager Trey Hillman said. "Both of them have made some nice plays." The Royals could keep Ross Gload or Ryan Shealy, both considered superior first basemen defensively to Butler and Jacobs, but there is also a chance neither will make the club. Gload has a guaranteed contract, and Shealy is out of options.
Shealy hits third spring homer
(3/22/2009) Royals 1B Ryan Shealy went 2-for-5 on Sunday against the Angels. Shealy hit one of 15 home runs smashed in the game. He hit his third of the spring. He's batting .258.
(2/27/2009) Royals 1B Ryan Shealy hit a three-run homer off nonroster invitee Ramon Ortiz in the sixth inning of Friday's spring against the Giants. Shealy was 1-for-2 with two runs.
Shealy leaves finale due to hammy
(9/28/2008) Royals 1B Ryan Shealy was replaced by Billy Butler in the bottom of the fourth inning Sunday at Minnesota because of tightness in his left hamstring. He went 0-for-1 in the game.
Shealy helps Royals beat Twins
(9/27/2008) Kansas City 1B Ryan Shealy blooped a two-run single to give the Royals the lead in the seventh inning, and the surging Royals handed the suddenly sputtering Twins a second straight defeat, 4-2 on Saturday. Shealy went 2-for-5.
Shealy homers and doubles Tuesday
(9/23/2008) Kansas City 1B Ryan Shealy had a great night at the plate on Tuesday against the Tigers. Shealy went 2-for-3 with his seventh home run and a double. He drove in two runs and is batting .305 on the year.
Shealy hits in sixth straight
(9/18/2008) Royals 1B Ryan Shealy didn't homer Thursday, but he did extend his hitting streak to six games with an RBI single in a rout of the Mariners.
Shealy pops another HR Wednesday
(9/18/2008) Royals 1B Ryan Shealy hit his fifth homer in five games when he ripped a solo shot off Ryan Rowland-Smith in the fourth inning Wednesday against the Mariners. Shealy is 11-for-22 (.500) with the five homers and 10 RBI during a five-game hitting streak.
Shealy making great Sept. impression
(9/17/2008)Ryan Shealy is auditioning for a job next year to be the Kansas City Royals' first baseman. So far, the tryout has gone very well. "He's done a great job of seizing an opportunity that he's been given," Royals manager Trey Hillman said. "I don't think there is a guy in the clubhouse that's not pulling for him. To do what he's done since the call-up, hit five balls out of the ballpark and take it out to center today, that's pretty impressive." Shealy homered and Kansas City beat the Mariners 6-3 Tuesday. Shealy, who is hitting .371 with 11 RBI in nine games, knows a big September could help secure a job next April. "It's huge," he said. "I've been trying to work my way back up here. It's been great. Hopefully, I'll keep it going."
Shealy making best of opportunity
(9/16/2008) According to The Sports Xchange notes: Ryan Shealy is making his case in September to be the Royals' starting first baseman in 2009. Shealy had his first career four-hit game Saturday and on Sunday added three more hits, including two home runs, with five RBIs, matching his career high, at Cleveland. With Shealy's hot bat, the Royals scored 29 runs in winning the final three games at Progressive Field. "The addition of Ryan Shealy and that production has helped," Royals manager Trey Hillman said. "Hopefully, he can continue to build on that as we continue to evaluate for the rest of the season and going into next year as well." Hillman had Shealy batting cleanup for the first time Monday against the Mariners and he stroked singles in his first two at-bats for his third straight multi-hit game in the Royals' 3-0 victory.
Shealy proving to be a monster
(9/14/2008)Ryan Shealy homered twice and drove in five runs as the Royals totaled 17 hits to defeat the Cleveland Indians 13-3 Sunday. Shealy had his second career multihomer game, giving him four homers and nine RBI since being recalled from Triple-A Omaha on Tuesday. The five RBI tied a career high. "I'm getting pitches to hit and even the balls I'm not hitting hard are finding holes," Shealy said. "I'm going to try to ride this out."
Shealy gets four hits, including HR
(9/14/2008) Royals 1B Ryan Shealy, a September call-up, played in only the second game of a doubleheader Saturday at Cleveland, but he went 4-for-5 with his second home run. He finished with two RBI and two runs scored.
Shealy hits homer in first game back
(9/3/2008) Royals 1B Ryan Shealy, in his first game of the season, hit a solo homer in a 5-2 win over the A's.
(6/3/2008) Royals 1B prospect Ryan Shealy remains on the Triple-A DL with a hamstring injury as of Monday. Shealy has not played for Omaha since May 8. He went on the Triple-A DL May 12.
Shealy plagued by hammy again
(5/13/2008) According to The Sports Xchange notes: 1B Ryan Shealy, who was the Royals' 2007 Opening Day first baseman but spent a bulk of the season on the DL with hamstring injuries, was placed on the Omaha disabled list with a hamstring injury.
Shealy hitting just .196 in Triple-A
(5/6/2008) After homering four times in five games last week, Ryan Shealy has cooled off. He is hitting just .196 on the season.
Shealy finding life hard in minors
(4/21/2008) Many were shocked to see Ryan Shealy demoted to Triple-A Omaha at the end of spring training. He hit .286 with four homers in March and looked primed for a rebound season in the majors. Perhaps the Royals weren't crazy after all. Shealy is hitting just .175 in the minors through 16 games. He does have three doubles, four homers and eight RBI, but he has struck out 18 times in 63 at-bats and has a .224 OBP.
Royals opt to demote Ryan Shealy
(3/29/2008) In a bit of a surprise move, the Royals optioned 1B Ryan Shealy to Triple-A Omaha on Saturday. Shealy hit .286 with four home runs and a .612 slugging percentage this spring.
Shealy slugs fourth spring homer
(3/24/2008) Royals 1B Ryan Shealy, competing for starting duties this season, hit a solo home run Sunday at the White Sox -- his fourth of the spring. He finished 1-for-3 and is batting .275.
Shealy becoming home run machine
(3/10/2008) Royals 1B Ryan Shealy led off the fifth inning with his team-leading third home run Monday against the Giants. He went 1-for-3 and is batting .286.
Shealy's homer lifts K.C. to win
(3/7/2008)Ryan Shealy is making a case to break camp as Kansas City's starting first baseman -- with his bat. Shealy led off the bottom of the ninth with a home run Thursday to give the Royals a 4-3 win over the Arizona Diamondbacks. Shealy, who missed a week with the flu, homered into the left-field bullpen on the first pitch from right-hander Jailen Peguero. "It's good just to be healthy and be able to play," Shealy said. "I didn't get to play at the end of last year. Then, soon as we started games this year, I was sick. I'm just glad to be out there."
Shealy takes Zito deep Wednesday
(3/5/2008) Royals 1B Ryan Shealy lead off the third inning during Wednesday's spring game against the Giants with a solo home run off Barry Zito. It was his first and only hit of the spring in seven at-bats spanning two games.
(2/13/2008) At least 30 Royals players already working out. Among the early arrivals were Gil Meche, Brian Bannister and Zack Greinke, the top three in the Royals' rotation, plus veteran catchers John Buck and Miguel Olivo. Beyond the pitchers and catchers, several position players, including David DeJesus, Joey Gathright, Billy Butler, Ryan Shealy and Alex Gordon, also reported early, with the first full squad workout not scheduled until Tuesday. "There seems to be a little excitement in the air," new manager Trey Hillman said. "It's very exciting for me. This is my perception, that there's a lot of energy very early. I don't believe there is anyway of thinking that's a bad thing."
Royals excited about Shealy
(2/6/2008)The Sports Xchange reports first base remains the biggest question mark among the position players heading into spring training for the Royals. The leading candidates are Ross Gload, Ryan Shealy and Billy Butler, but not necessarily in that order. The Royals started seven different players at first base last season, led by Gload with 74. "I think Ryan really has a chance to be the surprise of spring training because this time last year we felt very good about him," general manager Dayton Moore said. "He had 176 at-bats last year trying to play through injuries and tough some things out. He didn't get off to a good start and let it snowball on him. You can't let 176 at-bats influence our decision about Ryan Shealy in a negative way."
(8/31/2007) After Thursday's game against Detroit, Kansas City recalled first baseman Ryan Shealy (strained left hamstring) from Omaha and placed him on the 60-day disabled list to save a spot on the 40-man roster.
Shealy still a future 1B starter
(8/12/2007) Although 1B Ryan Shealy was optioned Saturday to Triple-A Omaha, manager Buddy Bell belives he will be an impact player for the Royals in the future. "I still think he's going to be an everyday first baseman, absolutely," Bell said.
Shealy off DL, sent to minors
(8/11/2007) Ryan Shealy, who went on the disabled list June 30 with a strained left hamstring, was activated by the Kansas City Royals after their 2-1 loss to the Toronto Blue Jays on Friday night. He was then optioned to Triple-A Omaha. "We don't have anybody we really want to send out right now," manager Buddy Bell said of making roster space for Shealy. "That's really the only reason we're optioning him."
Shealy might rejoin team Friday
(8/9/2007) 1B Ryan Shealy will be examined Friday by team physician Dr. Steven Joyce and might rejoin the Royals. He's been on a rehab assignment at Triple-A Omaha.
Royals' Shealy off DL, sent down
(8/2/2007) The Royals activated 1B Ryan Shealy from the 15-day DL and optioned him to Triple-A Omaha on Wednesday night.
Shealy playing in Omaha
(7/23/2007)The Sports Xchange notes: 1B Ryan Shealy (hamstring) is 2-for-9 in his first two rehabbing with Triple-A Omaha.
Shealy to start rehab after break
(7/8/2007) First baseman Ryan Shealy (left hamstring strain) likely will start a rehabilitation assignment after the All-Star break. Outfielder Reggie Sanders (hamstring) is expected back soon, but probably not Friday when the second half starts.
Shealy makes stop on DL
(6/30/2007) The Kansas City Royals put first baseman Ryan Shealy on the 15-day disabled list Saturday and replaced him with Ross Gload. Shealy has been slowed by a left hamstring strain.
Shealy nets hit in return
(6/14/2007) Royals 1B Ryan Shealy (foot) returned to the team's lineup Wednesday against the Royals. He went 1-for-4 with a single.
Shealy rests bad foot
(6/13/2007) Struggling rookie 3B Alex Gordon was at first base Tuesday night against St. Louis while Ryan Shealy rested what the Royals described as a strained foot.
Shealy smashes two-run homer
(6/6/2007) Royals 1B Ryan Shealy went 1-for-4 with a two-run homer during Wednesday's game against the Indians. Shealy came into the game with just two hits in his previous 17 at-bats. He now has three homers on the season.
(5/29/2007) 1B Ryan Shealy, who singled in the third against Baltimore Monday, is hitting .357 since returning on May 16 from the disabled list.
Two more hits Shealy
(5/28/2007) 1B Ryan Shealy went 2-for-3 with an RBI and a run scored against the Mariners Sunday.
Shealy's streak ends Friday
(5/26/2007) 1B Ryan Shealy went 0-for-4 against Seattle, snapping his career-high eight-game hitting streak.
Ryan Shealy extends hit streak
(5/25/2007) Ryan Shealy singled in the second inning Thursday vs. Cleveland to extend his hitting streak to a career-high eight games.
Shealy pushes streak to seven
(5/24/2007) 1B Ryan Shealy extended his hitting streak to seven games with a fifth-inning double against the Indians Wednesday.
Shealy hurts his former team
(10:06 pm ET) Former Colorado player Ryan Shealy had the go-ahead hit in the 12th inning of Sunday's game at Colorado when his broken-bat single to right blooped into shallow right to bring home Alex Gordon.
Shealy hits big homer for Royals
(2:58 pm ET) Ryan Shealy, who came up through the Colorado farm system before being traded last season, hit a three-run homer off Rockies reliever Ramon Ramirez with two outs in the ninth inning Saturday night.
Shealy gets another hit
(5/17/2007) Ryan Shealy was 1-for-4 with two strikeouts in Thursday's game at Seattle. He had three hits in his first five at-bats after coming off the 15-day disabled list. He was 3-for-30 before going on the DL.
Royals take Shealy off DL
(5/16/2007) The Royals activated 1B Ryan Shealy from the 15-day disabled list Wednesday, making the move sooner than expected because they needed some reinforcement. Shealy was in the lineup and batting eighth for the third game of a four-game series against the Oakland Athletics. "We wanted Ryan to go down and have a few more at-bats than he did," manager Buddy Bell said. "Because Ross (Gload) went down Sunday, it was out of necessity."
Shealy begins rehab assignmemt
(5/15/2007) Ryan Shealy (hamstring) started a rehab assignment with Triple-A Omaha on Monday, but he saw only one at-bat as the designated hitter. The game was suspended due to rain.
Shealy to go on rehab assignment
(5/12/2007) Ryan Shealy (on the disabled list since May 1 with a left hamstring strain) is progressing and will likely go on a rehab assignment to Triple-A Omaha after the Royals complete their three-game series with Chicago, manager Buddy Bell said.
1B Shealy able to take BP
(5/9/2007) Ryan Shealy, out with a strained left hamstring, took early batting practice on Tuesday with no problems, but has not yet run since going on the 15-day disabled list on May 1.
Royals place 1B Shealy on DL
(5/1/2007) The Royals placed 1B Ryan Shealy on the 15-day DL with a left hamstring injury. They recalled OF Billy Butler from Triple-A Omaha. Also, they optioned RHP Ryan Braun to Triple-A Omaha and recalled LHP Neal Musser from Omaha.
Shealy shaken up on Monday
(4/30/2007) Ryan Shealy was forced to leave Monday's game against the Angels after two innings after a collision at home plate. Emil Brown replaced him to start the third inning, playing left field and having Ross Gload move in to play first base.
Ryan Shealy sits again
(4/27/2007) 1B Ryan Shealy, who is hitting a feeble .102 and has struck out 12 times in the past eight games, was held out of the lineup for the second straight game. Ross Gload, who is hitting .240, started at first base.
Struggling Shealy back in lineup
(4/23/2007) 1B Ryan Shealy, who was 1-for-18 with 10 strikeouts in his previous five games, returned to the lineup for the first time since Tuesday. He went 1-for-2 and was hit by a pitch.
Shealy sits again Saturday
(4/21/2007) 1B Ryan Shealy, who is hitting .098 with 17 strikeouts in 41 at-bats, was held out of the Royals lineup for the third straight game against Minnesota Saturday.
Shealy gets needed day off
(4/19/2007) Royals 1B Ryan Shealy, who went 2-for-25 on the team's road trip and has struck out 10 times in his past 18 at-bats, did not play on Wednesday.
Shealy hitless again Monday
(4/10/2007) Ryan Shealy was hitless in three at-bats in Monday's game at Toronto with a walk and a strikeout, as his batting average dropped back down to .105 on the early season.
Shealy snaps scoreless stretch
(4/8/2007) Royals first baseman Ryan Shealy snapped an 0-for-13 skid with a fourth-inning double for his first hit of the season and singled in the sixth inning on Sunday against the Tigers.
Shealy still struggling
(4/7/2007) Royals 1B Ryan Shealy is 0-for-12 in his first four games against Detroit Saturday. He reached first in the fourth when he was hit by a pitch, but Mike Maroth picked him off.
Shealy does little in opener
(4/2/2007) Ryan Shealy was 0-for-3 with a walk, strikeout and RBI in Monday's opener against the Red Sox.
Kauffman tough on Shealy's HRs
(3/14/2007) Ryan Shealy, who won two minor-league homer titles, says the Royals team record of 36 homers is tough because of Kauffman Stadium. "From the day when I got here," he told the Kansas City Star, "I saw some balls -- especially to left-center and center -- that were hit pretty well but just got caught at the track. Those go out in pretty much every other ballpark."
Shealy ready for 2007
(3/12/2007) As long as Ryan Shealy and Todd Helton were in Denver at the same time, Shealy was never going to play more than a few games a year. "Every year I was in Colorado, I took something away from playing next to him," Shealy said. "But at the same time, it was frustrating." So Shealy was elated when the Royals and Rockies worked out a four-player trade late last summer that sent him to Kansas City, and gave him the opportunity of a lifetime. In response, he hit a solid .280 in 51 games and provided better defense at his position than the Royals have had in more than a decade. Still just 27 and with his prime years ahead of him, he's been one of Kansas City's most consistent hitters in spring camp. "I feel good. My body feels good. I've been comfortable here with the guys in this clubhouse. I was real fortunate to come here and play the last two months of last season. The staff and the guys have been great, very welcoming. I'm very excited."
Shealy goes 3-for-4 on Saturday
(3/10/2007) Royals 1B Ryan Shealy improved his spring batting average to .391 after a 3-for-4 day at the plate Saturday against the Cubs. He had two runs and two RBI in the game. Shealy now has eight runs, two homers, eight RBI and one walk in eight spring games.
(3/2/2007) Royals 1B Ryan Shealy hit a three-run homer in Friday's spring game against the Rangers. He is 2-for-6 with a homer, three RBI and two runs in two spring training games.
Shealy agrees to one-year deal
(3/2/2007) Ryan Shealy, along with Mark Teahen, Brian Bannister and Joey Gathright, signed one-year deals with the Royals on Thursday, according to MLB.com.
Shealy sits out season finale
(10/2/2006) Royals 1B Ryan Shealy (flu) was not in the starting lineup Sunday at Detroit.
KC takes on DET without Shealy
(9/30/2006) Royals 1B Ryan Shealy (flu) was not in the starting lineup Saturday at Detroit.
Shealy takes BP Thursday
(9/29/2006) First baseman Ryan Shealy was well enough to take batting practice before Thursday's game, interim manager Billy Doran said. "We'll just try to get him through today and go from there," Doran said.
Shealy beats up on Mariners
(9/18/2006) 1B Ryan Shealy will look forward to facing Seattle next year. In this four-game series, his first appearance against the Mariners, Shealy was 4-for-13 with three home runs, 11 RBI, four runs scored and three walks.
Shealy hits first career granny
(9/15/2006) Royals 1B Ryan Shealy hit his first career grand slam in a losing effort Friday as the Royals fell to the Mariners 9-7.
Shealy likes to face White Sox
(9/4/2006) 1B Ryan Shealy hit .382 with two home runs and seven RBI in nine games against the White Sox this season.
Ryan Shealy turns 27
(8/30/2006) Ryan Shealy turned 27 on Tuesday. "He's been very consistent. He has a knack of driving in runs for us and he's played well above average at first base," Bell said. Shealy was obtained July 31 from Colorado.
Shealy raises average to .302
(8/26/2006) Ryan Shealy raised his average to .302 by going 2-for-4 Saturday.
Shealy hits second Royals homer
(8/17/2006) Ryan Shealy homered for the Royals on Wednesday night. It was his second of the season.
Rookie sleeper Shealy has big day
(8/13/2006) Ryan Shealy had three hits and tied a career high with four RBI in the second game of a doubleheader Saturday for Kansas City. He has a pair of two-run singles, one of which made the Royals' first baseman 6-for-8 (.750) with 12 RBI in his career with the bases loaded.
Shealy homers Sunday
(8/7/2006) 1B Ryan Shealy's third-inning home run Sunday was his first since Aug. 3 last year at San Francisco, while with the Rockies.
Three hits for Shealy Wed.
(8/3/2006) 1B Doug Mientkiewicz received a shot on Tuesday for his lower back strain and might be able to begin some baseball activities on Thursday. "My back feels great," Mientkiewicz said. "You feel like you are totally useless on the disabled list."
Shealy to start at first base Tuesday
(8/1/2006) Ryan Shealy a 6-5, 250-pound power-hitter was the key to the trade with the Rockies. Shealy was hitting .284 with 15 home runs and 55 RBIs with the Rockies' Triple-A Colorado Springs club. He hit .328 with 30 doubles, 26 home runs and 88 RBI in 108 games last season with Colorado Springs. Manager Buddy Bell said Shealy would start at first base against the White Sox on Tuesday.
Slugger Shealy traded to Royals
(7/31/2006) The Rockies have acquired left-hander Jeremy Affeldt and right-hander Denny Bautista from the Royals for infielder Ryan Shealy and right-hander Scott Dohmann.
Ryan Shealy makes 2006 debut
(7/19/2006) Ryan Shealy, who was making his 2006 debut since being recalled from Triple-A on Monday, went 2-for-5 with an RBI on Wednesday against the Pirates.
Shealy to be RH PH, bench bat
(7/18/2006) 1B Ryan Shealy, called up from Triple-A Colorado Springs on Monday night, will get some playing time in place of Todd Helton at first base but primarily will be a right-handed bat off the bench. He could be traded before the deadline, though.
Shealy recalled from Triple-A
(7/18/2006) The Colorado Rockies recalled infielders Ryan Shealy and Jason Smith, as well as pitcher Manuel Corpas from Triple-A Colorado Springs on Monday. They optioned relievers David Cortes and Scott Dohmann to the Sky Sox.
AL teams after Ryan Shealy?
(7/14/2006) MLB.com reports that one of the players they are getting calls about is Triple-A first baseman Ryan Shealy. Shealy, who has suffered elbow and back injuries this season, has reportedly drawn the eyes of the Orioles and Blue Jays. Early offers have not been impressive, reports the site.
Injury keeps Shealy from call-up
(6/25/2006) Slugging first baseman Ryan Shealy likely won't be called up from Triple-A to serve as the Rockies' DH during a six-game AL road trip. "Shealy right now is really an 'X-factor'," manager Clint Hurdle told MLB.com. "He hasn't played in three days; he hasn't even swung a bat. That's way on the back-burner. Once he's healthy, he's got to play there to prove he's healthy." Jorge Piedra figures to be the Rockies' primary DH during the six-game AL road trip. Studs Todd Helton, Matt Holliday and Garrett Atkins could also use a day off from the field during the week.
Shealy could come up to DH
(6/11/2006) Manager Clint Hurdle said he would consider Jorge Piedra and 1B Ryan Shealy, who is at Triple-A Colorado Springs, for the DH role when the Rockies resume interleague play.
Ryan Shealy hitting .317
(5/22/2006) Ryan Shealy is hitting .317 with six HRs and 16 RBI through 63 at-bats in Triple-A Colorado Springs.
Shealy optioned to Triple-A
(5/13/2006) The Rockies optioned 1B Ryan Shealy to Triple-A Colorado Springs after activating him from the 15-day disabled list on Thursday.
Shealy homers in rehab work
(5/12/2006) 1B Ryan Shealy hit .261 in the first seven games of his medical-rehab assignment at Triple-A Colorado Springs. Shealy, on the disabled list with an inflamed right elbow, had three home runs, including in Wednesday's 2-1 victory at Iowa.
(5/3/2006) Ryan Shealy (elbow) was 1-for-4 with a solo home run and a strikeout in Tuesday's game for Triple-A Colorado Springs, as he started a rehab assignment.
Shealy to start rehab Tuesday
(4/30/2006) Ryan Shealy (elbow) did not start a rehab assignment with Triple-A Colorado Springs on Sunday. He is expected to begin playing with the SkySox on Tuesday against the Tacoma Rainiers.
Shealy plays in extended spring
(4/27/2006) 1B Ryan Shealy, on the disabled list with right elbow tightness, played five innings in an extended spring game in Tucson, Ariz., on Wednesday. He will play seven innings Friday and nine innings on Saturday and could begin a rehab assignment after that if the elbow does not flare up.
Shealy ready to throw
(4/18/2006) The Rockies plan to let Ryan Shealy (elbow) throw from 110 feet Wednesday.
Shealy to take live BP
(4/6/2006) 1B Ryan Shealy (sore right elbow) will start taking live batting practice and then DH in games in extended spring. He also is set to begin a throwing program.
Shealy on the 15-day DL
(3/30/2006) RHPs Scott Dohmann (virus) and Byung-Hyun Kim (strained hamstring), 1B Ryan Shealy (right elbow tendinitis) and OF Jorge Piedra (plantar fasciitis) were placed on the 15-day disabled list.
Shealy hurt, not moving to OF
(3/15/2006) 1B Ryan Shealy continued to be bothered by soreness in his right elbow, prompting the Rockies to not only decide he will be sidelined until he is completely pain free, but that they would not pursue the possibility of him moving to the outfield, which was designed in hopes of finding a way to keep Shealy's powerful bat in the big leagues.
Shealy (elbow) to play vs. Cubs
(3/13/2006) 1B Ryan Shealy returns to the lineup Monday. He will travel to Mesa and play first base against the Chicago Cubs. It will be only his third appearance of the season in the field, the first in five days. He developed elbow soreness from throwing too much in his bid to learn to play the outfield.
Ryan Shealy to take a step back
(3/10/2006) Ryan Shealy had enough continued soreness in his right elbow when he played Wednesday that he will back off his work for a couple of days.
Shealy plays in the field
(3/8/2006) 1B Ryan Shealy played in the field for the first time in five days but said he had lingering elbow soreness.
Elbow sidelines Ryan Shealy
(3/6/2006) 1B/OF Ryan Shealy will take a couple days off from playing in the field because of right elbow soreness. Shealy is attempting to learn to play the outfield to add to his versatility. "I really let it go (during drills on Thursday)," he said. "I wanted to show everybody I can throw from the outfield. Combine that with the fact I'm not used to throwing as much as I did the last few days and the fact I had elbow problems a few years ago, and I think it all added up to a problem."
Shealy adding to repertoire
(2/24/2006) Rockies 1B Ryan Shealy played well when Todd Helton was hurt last year. Shealy has worked in the outfield this winter to add versatility, which would give him a better chance of making the team.
Shealy selected in Round 16
(2/13/2006) In CBS SportsLine.com's NL-only experts 5x5 Rotisserie draft, Rockies 1B/OF Ryan Shealy was selected in the 16th round (185th overall).
Shealy back up with Rockies
(9/7/2005) The Rockies recalled infielder Ryan Shealy and right-hander Ryan Speier from Triple-A Colorado Springs. It is the third stint with the Rockies for both.
Shealy optioned to Triple-A
(8/10/2005) The Rockies optioned Ryan Shealy to Triple-A Colorado Springs on Wednesday.
Hot Shealy to be demoted soon?
(8/10/2005) 1B Ryan Shealy will likely return to Triple-A Colorado Springs once Todd Helton returns from the DL, despite a .348 average and 11 RBI in 14 games.
Rockies recall Ryan Shealy
(7/26/2005) The Rockies recalled Shealy from Triple-A Colorado Springs to replace Todd Helton (calf) in the starting lineup on Tuesday against the Mets.
Shealy returned to Triple-A
(6/28/2005) The Rockies optioned Ryan Shealy to Triple-A Colorado Springs on Tuesday.
Shealy to return to minors
(6/23/2005) The Denver Post notes that the Rockies will send prospect Ryan Shealy back to Triple-A Colorado Springs for more at-bats once the team activates Aaron Miles (side muscle) Monday.
Shealy makes debut for Rockies
(6/15/2005) Ryan Shealy made his major league debut Tuesday as the Rockies' DH against Cleveland. "We want to look at him here," manager Clint Hurdle said. "He's aggressive at the plate, hits to all fields with some power, so let's see what he can do." Shealy, 25, hit .317 with 11 homers and 57 games before being recalled from Colorado Springs on Sunday.
Rockies call up Shealy, likely to DH
(6/12/2005) The Rockies recalled infielder Ryan Shealy on Sunday. Shealy impressed the Rockies with his bat during spring training and hit .317 with 11 homers and 37 RBI in 57 games with Triple-A Colorado Springs. "We want to look at him here," manager Clint Hurdle said. "The reports are all good. He works hard, he shows up, he continues to try improve his defense, he's aggressive at the plate, he hits the ball to all fields with some power, so we'd like to take a look at him."
Rockies give 1B Shealy year deal
(2/11/2005) The Colorado Rockies agreed to terms with INF Ryan Shealy on a one-year contract.